Its primary weapons offer very high damage output accompanied with huge Areas of Effect while its high 200 base health enables it to take and in turn dish out a significant amount of damage before being killed. However, to balance out these advantages, the Assault Class has the slowest base speed in the game, with Speed+ Equipment doing little to help with its mobility. Its aforementioned weapons also require significant maneuverability as well as aiming ability and all come with frustratingly long reload times.
Overall, these factors in fact discourage the user from directly engaging targets in the open where the Assault Class can be easily picked off, but rather encourage maneuvering or defence to help the Assault Class get into its weapons' optimum striking position.
- Primary & Secondary Kill
- "Life-form disintegrated!"
- "Control, Alt, Deleted!"
- "Initiate brag sequence!"
- "Ammunition repopulated!"
- Melee Kill
- "Vulnerability exploited!"
- "Consider your bit flipped!"
- "Chassis compromised!"
- "Hundreds of tiny metal errors detected!"
- "Null reference encountered!"
- "System failure...imminent..."
- "Your PC will now power down!"
- "Logic demolishes your squishy flesh!"
- "Outcome unacceptable!"
- Follow Me: "Proceed to my location."
- Help me out!: "Assistance required!"
- Attack my target: "Target identified!"
- Incoming!: "Evacuation protocol engaged!"
- Woo-hoo!: "Satisfactory response, tee-hee"
- The Assault Class's health is the highest of any class, and tied with the Heavy for having the slowest base speed in the game.
- This is the first class that is not based on any characters from the Battle Bears series.
- This is the only class that displays all of its weapons all the time, regardless of the active weapon.
- On its chest, the Assault has the same symbol as Rho from Battle Bears Zero. Rho was also originally rumoured to be an upcoming class in early 2013 upon an announcement on the Battle Bears Forums. This symbol also appears on the Shortest Parsec stage.
- The Assault Class's quote "Boomshakalaka!" is reference to a common phrase used in basketball when a player preforms a slam dunk.